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Denise McGuinness

Lecturer (Midwifery)/Assistant Professor School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, University College Dublin, Ireland

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Human Donor Milk in Maternity

Elaine was admitted to the postnatal ward following the spontaneous vaginal birth of her firstborn, baby Tom. Elaine had an uncomplicated pregnancy, commenced spontaneous onset of labour and had an...

Understanding the code

The code (WHO, 1981) is an international health policy framework that regulates the marketing of breastmilk substitutes in order to protect infant nutrition. It was published by the World Health...

A service evaluation of a hospital-based specialist postnatal breastfeeding clinic

Breastfeeding is described as the gold standard of infant feeding and is beneficial to both infant and maternal health Breastfeeding protects infants against diarrhoea and respiratory infections,...

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